Kumkum Bhagya on Zee TV was the only show across weekday and weekend programming to register growth in Week 31 of TAM 2014
BestMediaInfo Bureau | Delhi | August 8, 2014
Week 31 of TAM 2014 was a bad week for Hindi general entertainment channels with all the leading GECs losing eyeballs. Life OK lost maximum 50 TVM in its gross viewership while Zee… Continue reading GEC Watch: All Hindi GECs fall; Life OK loses most
ABC has one of the most diverse fall programming slates in TV history, and critics want to know why.
At the Television Critics Association press tour Tuesday, ABC chief Paul Lee fielded questions from reporters pushing for a more detailed explanation for why ABC greenlit three ethnic family comedies (Anthony Anderson’s Black-ish, Cristela Alonzo’s Cristela, and Eddie Huang’s Fresh Off the Boat, coming midseason), plus another drama series starring a… Continue reading Critics push ABC to explain diverse fall lineup—and how Jewish ‘The Goldbergs’ are
Get ready to scream real loud: All 45 episodes of Pee-wee’s Playhouse are coming to a Blu-ray player near you this fall.
Shout! Factory acquired the rights from Pee-wee Herman himself (Paul Reubens) last year and, with Reubens’ help, has digitally re-mastered the series so that the bright colors of the playhouse are even brighter and the visual effects even wackier. The eight-disc set, including bonus features, will be… Continue reading ‘Pee-wee’s Playhouse’ Blu-ray box set gets fall release date
Justin Bieber can cross Jay-Z and Beyoncé off his dwindling list of supporters.
The superstar couple flashed the troubled singer’s mugshot across the screen during their “On The Run” tour debut in Miami on Wednesday night.
According to audience members, Beyonce, 32, said “Even the greatest can fall” as the 20-year-old’s face lit up the arena while her rapper husband, 44, performed his 2001 hit “Izzo (H.O.V.A.).”
Bieber was infamously arrested… Continue reading A-List Diss! Jay Z And Beyonce Display Justin Bieber’s Mug Shot During Concert, Say ‘Even The Greatest Can Fall’